India beat Bangladesh by 47 runs in a low-scoring, one-day international in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The tourists made just 105 in a match reduced to 41 overs after a two-and-a-half hour rain break.
However the Tigers could only muster 58 in their reply at the Shere Bangla National Cricket Stadium.
Teenage Bangladesh debutant Taskin Ahmed had a sensational start to his ODI career as he went 5-28.
India were bundled out in 25.3 overs, with captain Suresh Raina top-scoring with 27.
|India: 105 all out (25.3 overs)|
|Uthappa||c Z Rahman||b Taskin Ahmed||14||37||24|
|Pujara||lbw||b Taskin Ahmed||11||65||34|
|Rayudu||lbw||b Taskin Ahmed||1||6||7|
|Raina||run out (Al-Amin Hossain)||27||44||23|
|Binny||c Mushfiqur Rahim||b Taskin Ahmed||3||26||8|
|Patel||b Al-Amin Hossain||8||4||5|
|A Mishra||lbw||b Taskin Ahmed||4||23||16|
|M Sharma||not out||4||20||10|
|Yadav||c Nasir Hossain||b Shakib||17||13||13|
|Extras||0nb 5w 0b 6lb||11|
It was India’s lowest score against their opponents, and Bangladesh would have been confident at that stage, levelling the series after a seven-wicket defeat in the opener on Sunday, but Mohit Sharma removed both openers and finished with a figure of 4-22.
However, he was upstaged by Stuart Binny, who took an incredible 6-4 in 4.4 overs as Bangladesh were bundled out in 17.4 overs.
Mithun Ali made 26, but his side were unable to save the series in a match where the run total was the lowest in history when all 20 wickets fell.
|Bangladesh: 58 all out (17.4 overs)|
|Tamim Iqbal||c Saha||b M Sharma||4||2|
|A Haque||c Rahane||b M Sharma||0||15||8|
|Ali||c Patel||b Binny||26||95||39|
|Mushfiqur Rahim||c Saha||b Binny||11||72||24|
|Shakib||c Saha||b M Sharma||4||14||8|
|Mahmudullah||c Rayudu||b Binny||0||1|
|Nasir Hossain||b Binny||5||26||13|
|Z Rahman||c Patel||b M Sharma||0||2|
|Mortaza||c Saha||b Binny||2||6||5|
|Taskin Ahmed||not out||0||11||2|
|Al-Amin Hossain||b Binny||0||2|
|Extras||0nb 6w 0b 0lb||6|
The three-match series comes to a conclusion on Thursday at the same venue.